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The Most Popular Christmas Decor From The Year You Were Born

8. 1957
Why brave the cold weather to go walking in a winter wonderland when you can bring the great outdoors inside? In the late '50s, many decor lovers used flocked Christmas trees to give their living rooms a stylish, snowy charm. General Mills reportedly sold Sno-Flok home kits so people could flex their DIY muscles and create the look from scratch.

Since then, the flocked tree trend has gotten a lot easier to incorporate into your space. In fact, many brands will ship a seemingly snowy setup directly to your doorstep.